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For "a cup of tea", we have "two cups of tea",
then how about students? If I have 24 students, which one I should say? "Two dozen of students or two dozens of students"?

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Use "dozen" just like "thousand".

I have two dozen students.

I have dozens of students. (probably more than two dozen)

You see the similarity?

I have two thousand students.

I have thousands of students. (probably more then two thousand)
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Somehow, counting people by unit of "dozen" seems fascinating to me. Doughnuts and eggs are what I am familair with. Emotion: smile
Thank you very much!!!!!! I got it!